100 Ways to Motivate Yourself: Change Your Life Forever by Steve Chandler pdf

100 Ways to Motivate Yourself: Change Your Life Forever


Acknowledgments :

100-Ways-Motivate-Yourself-Forever by steve chandler pdf download
100-Ways-Motivate-Yourself-Forever by steve chandler pdf download

To Robert Brink and Jodi Brandon for the masterful editing, to Lindsay Brady for the ongoing perception of success, to Stephanie Chandler for tirelessly working the cosmos, to Kathy for more than I can say, to Jim Brannigan for the representation, to Fred Knipe for the music on New Year's Eve, to Ron Fry for Career Press, to Karen Wolf for the international distribution, to Nathaniel Branden for the psychology, to Colin Wilson for the philosophy, to Arnold Schwarzenegger for a day to remember, to Rett Nichols for the tension plan, to Graham Walsh for the Tavern on the Green, to Terry Hill for the century's first real mystery novel, to Cindy Chandler for the salvation, to Ed and Jeanne for the Wrigley Mansion, to John Shade for the fire, to Scott Richardson for the ideas, to Ann Coulter for the wake up calls, to Steven Forbes Hardison for coaching and friendship beyond the earthly norm, and to Dr. Deepak Chopra for unconcealing the creative intelligence that holds us all together.
 And to the memory of Art Hill: 
without whom, no life, 
no nothin'. 

Introduction You Have No Personality That each of us has a fixed personality is a myth. It is self-limiting and it denies us our power of continuous creation. In our ongoing creation of who we are, nothing has a greater impact on that process than the choice we make between optimism and pessimism. There are no optimistic or pessimistic personalities; there are only single, individual choices for optimistic or pessimistic thoughts. Charlie Chaplin once entered a "Charlie Chaplin Look-alike Contest" in Monte Carlo and the judges awarded him third place! Personality is overrated. Who we are is up to us every moment. The choices we make for our thinking either motivate us or they do not. And although clear visualization of a goal is a good first step, a joyfully motivated life demands more. To live the life you want to live, action is required. As Shakespeare said, "Action is eloquence." And as psychologist and author Dr. Nathaniel.





Contents
 Preface: 
Cyber Motivation 11 Introduction: You have no personality 15 100 Ways 
1. Get on your deathbed 19
 2. Stay hungry 21 
3. Tell yourself a true lie 23 
4. Keep your eyes on the prize 24 
5. Learn to sweat in peace 25 
6. Simplify your life 27 
7. Look for the lost gold 31 
8. Push all your own buttons 33 
9. Build a track record 34 
10. Welcome the unexpected 35
 11. Find your master key 36 
12. Put your library on wheels 38 
13. Definitely plan your work 41 
14. Bounce your thoughts 42 
15. Light your lazy dynamite 44 
16. Choose the happy few 45 
17. Learn to play a role 47 
18. Don't just do something...sit there 48 
19. Use your brain chemicals 50 
20. Leave high school forever 52 
21. Learn to lose your cool 54 
22. Kill your television 56 
23. Break out of your soul cage 57 
24. Run your own plays 58 page_7 Page 8 
25. Find your inner Einstein 60 


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